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happened in maryland, where paramedics say the heat likely played a role in the death of a 20-year-old man who was biking and had a heart attack. >> this is shaping up to be the warmest july on record, and we've had the jet stream well to the north and that has been reinforcing the warm air. >> reporter: in the nation's capital, more scorching temperatures, that tourists from oregon were not accustomed to. >> not this hot and not this much humidity. >> reporter: back in new york, blistering temperatures seemed appropriate for a sand sculpting contest at coney island but the most some can do is wait it out and take advantage of anything that's cool. for "today" rehema ellis, nbc news, new york. >> now here's jenna. >> thanks. >>> since the gulf dodged a bullet as bonnie faded away, the scramble to make up lost time is on. ships are getting back into place this morning as crews continue to work on plugging the gusher before another big storm stops work again. this as british newspapers are reporting this morning that bp's embattled ceo, tony hayward might be stepping down. nbc's charles hadl
news, bethesda, maryland. >>> turning to health news briefly, we have noticed this week a new sponsor on this broadcast is a certain type of replacement knee. knee surgery is suddenly a multi billion dollar a year business in this country, especially among us aging warriors. a new study out that followed some amateur soccer players with acl injuries says they fared no better with acl surgery than they did with rehab and physical therapy. >>> new guidelines out tonight from the american college of obstetricians and gynecologists are out to reverse the old expression "once a cesarean, always a cesarean." it says most women who have had a c-section, and many of them who have had more than one, should be allowed to try labor with their next birth. by the way, c-sections now account for about a third of all births in the u.s. that's an all-time high in this country. we'll put both stories on our website tonight. >>> when nbc "nightly news" continues in a moment, the fight to save one of the giants of the water threatened by the oil in the water and now threatened altogether. >>> later, try
's regardless of their level of musical talents. brave shop owner. >>> and the humane society of maryland is reminding drivers of the dangers of leaving kids or pets in your car exposed to the sweltering summer sun. to demonstrate, they left cookies to bake on the dashboard of a car. and well, the sweets not only baked. some of them even burned. yikes. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is nbc's meteorologist bill karins with your weather channel forecast. good morning to you, bill. i understand, we've been in the middle of a heat wave. it was 120 in the car. >> if the temperature outside is that warm and closed in. dangers always in the summer months. good reminder. let's talk about what's happening in the tropics. mentioning bonnie and impacts of it's about to move on shore. winds are gusty, a weak tropical system, not going to cause any destruction. an equivalent to a squally type day. rain will pick up in miami shortly. watching out west yesterday, it was warm, 106 in vegas. cooler yesterday. sacramento 92, medford at 95. that heat still in the salt lak
is the worst. >> reporter: so hot in maryland, a car dealership was baking cookies on the dash. once again, much of the nation swelters. >> the heat wave is going to continue. if you had a little bit of a break for the two-thirds of the country that has been hot, a little bit of a break, the heat is coming back. it is going to remain hot. >> reporter: in chicago, with temperatures in the mid-90s, the kids get relief any way they can. and lester, it's beginning to look like this seeming never-ending wave of heat is going to last well into next week. that suv in the sinkhole, it went in there 24-odd hours ago with a full tank of gas, the engine, lester, is still running. back to you. >> kevin tibbles tonight, thanks. >>> let's turn to the economy now. another up day on wall street. the dow gained more than 102 points. capping off a big week. the blue chips finished up more than 3%. the stock market has been gaining on signs the economy may be getting stronger, but stubbornly high unemployment is one area that is still causing a lot of worry. in an interview with tim geithner for sunday's "me
was one of the first. a waiting list grew from minnesota to maryland. lisa drove four hours for the gentle giant who was downsized out of his apartment. bennie will now have acres to explore. >> we are very excited to take him on and give him a life, a care-free life. he'll be happy. >> reporter: there is a lot more wagging around here. no longer homeless, voiceless victims, but treasured friends one more time. michelle kosinski, nbc news. violet, louisiana. >> nice job, everybody. love a happy ending. that's "nbc nightly news" for this saturday. i'm lester holt from new york. see you tomorrow morning on "today" and back tomorrow evening. "today" and back tomorrow evening. good night. -- captions by vitac -- >>> good evening. i'm diane dwyer. cities across the bay area are trying to balance budgets a
-old army intelligence officer from maryland. >> just ahead, imagine riding through the drive-through in this. we'll show you who's behind this whacky invention. >>> up all night in oakland. we'll take you to the coliseum where you can join hollywood a-listers shooting a move about the a's. >> and police think they have a the people who killed a man over $17. >> and prepping for your morning commute. i'm tracking it for you this morning. >>> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm brent cannon. straight up 5:00 in a couple of seconds. it is tuesday, july 22nd. >> we want to check in with
. the best is yet to come. >>> this comes to us now from whag in hagerstown, maryland, where in a nearby town, a man got a little more than he bargained for when he bought a used van. several days after driving it home, he discovered a little tiny 5-week-old kitten living in the spare tire. he believes the mother was also living there, but jumped out when the van started moving. although the kitten was dehydrated and covered with oil, it has since made a full recovery and now goes by the name lucky. too cute. so cute. >> are you a cat person? >> you know, i'm allergic. i would be if i wasn't allergic but i do think they are cute. >> see, that's very nice of you. >> thanks, bill. i'm veronica de la cruz and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day, today on your nbc station. >>> one annual festival in morocco honors some not so noblemen. the festival is dedicated to the barbary corsairs' seafaring pirates who plundered european ships and villages between in the middle ages in the 19th century. dancers, musicians, and acrobats took part in the dazzling production set against the c
was that?" well, "that" was an earthquake. relatively small for d.c., it was centered in nearby maryland. there is some video showing the shake. the president, who happens to live in an old home made of sandstone, told reporters he didn't feel a thing. he may have been dreaming at the time of vacation. the first family arrived in maine. a rare flight on the small gulfstream jet serving as air force one, landing at bar harbor airport. they went hiking at acadia national park, cadillac mountain and then got ice cream, of course. the president told reporters he got a coconut ice cream cone. he then proceeded to pose with tourists visiting from germany. the obamas are there until sunday. the next big family event for them, eldest daughter malia goes to summer camp for the first time. that means a month away from home. >>> up next here tonight, making a difference for those who share a common love of something special. mon love of something special. is because i have to go to the bathroom. and when we're sitting in traffic, i worry i'll have an accident. be right back. so today i'm finally go
. >> a waiting list grew from minnesota to maryland. >> hey, you. hey. >> and lisa drove four hours for the gentle giant who was downsized out of his apartment. >> benny will now have acres to explore. >> we're very excited to take him on and give him a life. a care-free life. you'll be happy. >> reporter: there's a lot more wagging around here. no longer homeless, voiceless victims but treasured friends one more time. michelle cosinzy, nbc news, violet, louisiana. >> lots of animals around here that need homes as well. >>> back in san francisco, tens of thousands of people took to the streets today for the city's 32nd annual marathon. there were about 24,000 runners in all. that's a lot. some ran the full 26.2 miles while others took on the half marathon or 5k race. a 25-year-old grad student from stanford came in first among the men. congratulations. with a time of two hours, 23 minutes. a north carolina woman had the fastest time. for the women, a san francisco woman, though, took third with a time 36 hours, 1 minute. >> and you know, craig ijust have to say that it seems like th
. the epicenter was in germantown, maryland. but it was felt throughout maryland, d.c., parts of northern virginia and west virginia. it woke up our household. kind of a rumble that came in a wave, started low, a crescendo, only five or seven seconds or so. if i didn't know better, i would have it was that old cliche, a massive freight train rumbling by. meteorologists who lived here for decades say this is the most significant quake they've ever felt. small quakes happen every few years, the last one 2.0 in 2008, but literally 200 years ago, matt, an earthquake rat. ed d.c. in 1828. president john quincy adams was in the white house and he was talking about a big shaker. back to you. >> i can't believe you went to the old freight train line there. that's okay. we got you. tom costello in washington. tom, thank you very much. five after the hour, here's meredith. >> matt, thank you. president obama is expected to comment on the situation in the gulf at any moment. chief white house correspondent chuck todd is at the white house for us. good morning. >>. >> reporter: good morning, meredith. we wait
. it was centered near gatorsburg, maryland. no reports of injury or damage. it is rare, though. so coming up we'll have a live report from washington. talk about what they felt. >>> 6:03. today is the last day golden gate bridge carpool commuters can get a break on the tolls when they're paying cash. nbc bay area christie smith is live with what's behind the big change. good morning, christie. >> reporter: good morning to you. the $3 toll for carpoolers went into effect on july 1st. but after today, you'll have to have the fast track transponder if you want to get that $3 price. if you don't have it, there's a chance you could see charged $5 or $6 to cross the golden gate bridge. it's kind of a roll of the dice if you don't know what you're doing. the district is saying that the increase from free was necessary to maintain services that rise with inflation and they needed to address a projected multi-million dollar budget shortfall. for carpoolers the thing to remember is that after today, cash is no good. if you don't have fast track you will be charged the full cash toll of $6 or $5 for fast
epi. and daddy was born in annapolis, maryland, and taught us all to love crab. it was special. and then we went to see "salt" last night. >> how was it? >> it came in second after "inception." but i enjoyed it. it's quite the ride. the thrill ride. and i think angelina jolie is the only actress on the planet that could have played this off. >> tell us what she played. >> we're not quite sure. she works for the cia, but you don't know if she's a russian spy as well. i don't want to give everything away, but she apparently did, like, 95% of her own stunts. and it is a nonstop action. so cody's going to be on later in the week to tell us what he saw of it. >> and i want to see "inception," too. i've heard both sides. some people loved it. some people couldn't stand it. the people who didn't like "shudder island," which i kind of liked. >> some people want to go to the movies and be entertained. some people like to go and be challenged intellectually. you know who you are. cody's seen "inception" twice and he's seen "salt," too. it's happening so much. if you miss one thing, go se
catonesville, maryland. 100 years old, served as a nurse during many wars and adopted a daughter in her 60s. how about that? joe guggino of tampa, florida. 100 years old. nicknamed "old joe" and play it is clarinet for a community program. finally, sweet lillian payne, from greenville, south carolina. 101, retired teacher and attends beautiful basketball games. that's all. now back to new york. >> all right, willard. thank you very much. when we come back, some answers to your most embarrassing >>> this morning on today's health, answers to all the questions you're too embarrassed to ask your doctor. today we tackle common health taboos from the new book "what the yuck." good morning. >> good morning. >> funny title, but the book is serious. you're trying to demystify topics people are embarrassed to talk about. >> we all have questions about our bodies that we're shy to talk about. we may not feel comfortable talking to fleriends so where d we get the information? sometimes we go to the internet which is rampant with misinformation. i thought we'd put it in a book to read in the privacy of
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